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The CDC is testing the Canadian samples to see if they are genetically related to poliovirus samples from New York.
Nonspecific symptoms affected well-being the most: fatigue, confusion or lack of concentration, and sleep disorders.
Unvaccinated, infected inmates had an estimated 36% risk of spreading the virus, compared with 28% among infected vaccinees.
The case-fatality rate among confirmed cases was high, at 11% and 12% for 2021 and 2022, respectively.
Forty-four states reported very high (25) or high (19) flu activity, down from 48 the week before.
A Salmonella Typhimurium outbreak linked to alfalfa sprouts from Nebraska-based SunSprout Enterprises has so far sickened 15 people.
People who have COVID-19–related loss of smell may benefit from visual-olfactory training using patient-preferred essential oils.
One example: ertapenem-resistant Enterobacter cloacae increased significantly in children compared with adults.
Infections caused by C difficile and MRSA resulted in 1,743 premature deaths in Canada in 2019 and cost hospitals more than $91 million (USD).
The government said a key goal is controlling major human and animal pathogens and that the plan sets new targets for combatting AMR.
The authors suggest that nursing home policies should evolve as the pandemic evolves, with a push to encourage booster doses.
The meta-analysis reveals that seroprevalence in kids increased over time and varied by geographic region and ethnic minority group.
The strain has caused mild infections in Europe and the United States.
Study finds educational messaging significantly boosted vaccine acceptance and uptake.
The outbreak has increased to 82 cases, including 23 in children under the age of 1.
The findings may be helpful for communicating the benefits of pairing flu and COVID vaccination.
Overall cases are low, but the CDC is investigating reports from a Colorado hospital and from other states.
Though antimicrobial resistance was linked to increased mortality, patient characteristics also played a role.
Sudan's case is its first of the year, and genetic analysis shows it isn't related to the strain that circulated there in 2020.
Heart palpitations, fatigue, chest pain, and shortness of breath were among the problems unique to SARS-CoV-2, according to a new study.